There is no data on how many sailors have been affected by the delays
By Emma Colton
Some U.S. Navy sailors have been forced to take out loans over months-long delays in pay to some service members who earned increases in their housing allowances this year due to recent marriages or moving somewhere with a higher cost of living.
“This is happening a little bit of everywhere,” Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Vice President Gillian Gonzalez said in an interview with Military.com. “It doesn’t seem to hit one geographic area more than another.”
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